The authors explore the many ways that gender and communication intersect and affect each other. Every chapter encourages a consideration of how gender attitudes and practices, past and current, influence personal notions of what it means not only to be female and male, but feminine and masculine. The second edition of this student friendly and accessible text is filled with contemporary examples, activities, and exercises to help students put theoretical concepts into practice.Audrey J. Murrell, aSexual Harassment and Women of Color: Issues, Challenges, and Future Directions, a in Sexual ... Lynne Eisaguirre, Sexual Harassment: A Reference Handbook (Santa Barbara, CA: ABCCLIO, 1993). ... 41 (June 18, 1999 ): A56; Tracy Van Moorlehem and Tamara Audi, aSchools Liable if Students Harass, a Detroit Free Press, ... R. Wilson, aNotoriety Yields to Tragedy in Iowa Sexual Harassment Cases, a Chronicle of Higher Education, February 20, 2009, A1, A8aA13.
|Title||:||The Gender Communication Connection|
|Author||:||Teri Gamble, Michael Gamble|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-12-18|